Paul, Scott Brian, LCpl

Fallen
 
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Last Rank
Lance Corporal
Last Primary MOS
6143-Helicopter Structures Mechanic, CH-53
Last MOSGroup
Aircraft Maintenance/Rotary Wing
Primary Unit
1992-1992, 6113, HMM-261
Service Years
1990 - 1992

Lance Corporal

 
 

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Home State
Maine
Maine
Year of Birth
1971
 
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Casualty Info
Home Town
Farmington Falls
Last Address
Strong, Maine

Casualty Date
Nov 04, 1992
 
Cause
Non Hostile- Died while Missing
Reason
Air Loss, Crash - Sea
Location
Spain
Conflict
Not Specified
Location of Interment
Buried at Sea, Atlantic Ocean
Wall/Plot Coordinates
Lost at Sea

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In the Line of Duty
  1992, In the Line of Duty


 Ribbon Bar
Air Crew Wings

 
 Unit Assignments
HMM-261
  1992-1992, 6113, HMM-261
 Additional Information
Last Known Activity
During a night training exercise on 4 November 1992, the air crew of a CH-53E (Bu.No.163064), including crew chief LCpl. Paul, were killed when their CH-53E went down 37 miles east of the coast of the Canary Islands. Conditions were foggy at the time.

The helicopter was operating off the USS Guam (LBH-9), an amphibious assault ship. All were members of the HMM-261, MAG-26, 2nd MAW, 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit from Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. LF6F 92-93

Crew:
1st Lt. Mark Gruber (co-pilot) (remains recovered)
Capt. Jeffrey Wright (pilot) (BNR)
SSgt. Dennis R. Dwyer (crew chief/NCOIC) (BNR)
LCpl. Scott B. Paul (crew chief)  (BNR)
LCpl. Kenneth W. Saunders Jr. (BNR)

LCpl. Paul has a memorial marker in Strong Village Cemetery, Strong, Franklin County, Maine.

 
   
Comments/Citation
Nov 4, 1992 Lcpl. Paul was killed when the CH-53E he was crewing went down off of the coast of the Canary Islands.

Scott you were a good crew chief, I wish I had more time to know you better, you have been missed every day. Semper Fi
   
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